Early morning. The sun only appeared above the horizon, and at the MKAD in the Veshnyakov area there was already a terrible traffic jam. From the areas of Novokosino, Ukhtomsky, Kozhuhovo you can get only to the outer side of the Moscow Ring Road. To go in another direction - you need to make a hook, which only increases the tension in this area. Entering the interchange Veshnyaki - MKAD - Lyubertsy, finally, will allow motorists to leave the ring in both directions. And the track itself should be a salvation for Muscovites and residents of the Moscow region.
The work is going well. This can be seen with the naked eye and, by the way, is confirmed by the inspection led by Mayor Sergei Sobyanin. By the end of the year, the highway can already be commissioned. Deputy Mayor for Urban Planning and Construction, Marat Khusnullin, familiarizing the mayor with the progress of construction, which began back in 2008, noted that movement towards the region could be opened ahead of schedule - by City Day, in September. The mayor demanded to accelerate the pace, so that by the end of the year the entire trunk line was completed, and the cost of construction was revised downward.
An intercepting parking lot will be built not far from the highway, which, according to the mayor, is needed so that "residents get to the metro, change trains and move on by public transport."
On October 26, 2009, the first section of the Veshnyaki-Lyubertsy highway was put into operation. This is 4 km of a 6-lane European-level highway from Lukhmanovskaya Street (formerly Designed Driveway No. 300) to Bolshaya Kosinskaya Street. A ready-made section of the route provides an exit from the Kozhukhovo microdistrict on Bolshaya Kosinskaya Street with further movement to the Kosino and Ukhtomskaya platforms. With the introduction of the new road interchange, residents of the village of Nekrasovka and new settlers of the districts being built on the Lyubertsy fields will also be able to take advantage.
The interchange on the Moscow Ring Road is a three-level structure made like a clover leaf, but somewhat truncated. Petals of "clover" are located only on one, northern side of the Moscow-Noginsk highway. To bring them to the south side does not allow the railway. The first level of interchange will pass through a tunnel punched under the Moscow Ring Road, the second - respectively, along the ground. The third route, intended for direct traffic, will take the Moscow-Noginsk highway (while its Veshnyaki-Lyubertsy section), which will be used to carry an overpass equipped with several exits.
In addition, on the regional section there will be two surface lateral driveways along the central flyover. The denouement will provide a turning movement in eight main directions. Local driveways will also be connected to it.
This denouement is the construction of a new generation. The length of one of its components - the tunnel, is about 66 m with a width of the carriageway of 26.5 m (four lanes in each direction). The overpass has about the same width and the same number of lanes. It starts about 500 m from the intersection of the highway with Kosinskaya street and, after crossing the Moscow Ring Road, lands on the territory of the region, already beyond Bolshaya Kosinskaya. Its length is 1.5 km, and the height relative to the ground at the intersection with the Moscow Ring Road (18.3 m) is comparable to the height of a six-story building.
When working on the project, a non-standard solution was used - combining the piers of the overpass with the walls of the tunnel. In another way, it would simply not fit into the limited railroad space. The tunnel itself is made of large diameter piles. Since the soil here is weak due to severe swampiness, the piles were thoroughly buried - at least 28 meters.
To prevent flooding (this is possible here during heavy rains) the tunnel is slightly raised, and the runoff from the entire interchange territory goes to a nearby pumping station. Another decoupling know-how is anti-icing installations on the overpass. Along the sides will place special sensors that record the condition of the roadway. In the event of a threat of icing, the reagents will be sprayed automatically.
For the construction of the interchange in Veshnyaki it was necessary to free the territory. And this is always difficult in Moscow. In addition to organizations owning or renting real estate here, garages are located at the MKAD. It is sad for the owners, but their demolition has already begun.
“Compensation will be paid to all owners of garages who have title documents, ” said the acting. Prefect of VAO Nikolai Evtikhiev. “There are more than a thousand such garages at the site of the future denouement.”
Compensation for demolition is made by the state customer - the Department of the city order of capital construction of Moscow on the basis of the evaluation report.
There are also garages for which there are no title documents (registered property, long-term lease of land, etc.). According to the law, they are considered self-capture, since they were built without permits or any (even temporary) land allotment. "Owners" of these garages no compensation is provided.
And in case of disagreement of tenants to timely release land plots, the procedure for withdrawing occupied plots for state needs will be carried out in accordance with applicable law.
The length of the Veshnyaki - Lyubertsy highway is 9.6 km. There are three lanes in each direction.
The interchange in Veshnyaki will be part of the Moscow-Noginsk highway, which starts from Kosinskaya Street, crosses the Moscow Ring Road in the area of the 7th km and then continues east to the region. It is also planned to connect the highway with the Fourth Ring Road, and in addition, its inclusion in the Northern Rokada with access to the new Moscow-St. Petersburg highway.
So, the new large highway will pass from Noginsk, along Kozhuhovo through Veshnyaki, then through Perovo along the railway with an exit in the area of Electrodnaya Street to the Enthusiasts highway, with a transport interchange that will be closed to the CTK, Budyonny Avenue and Enthusiasts Highway.
Farther from Budyonny Avenue into the tunnel under Semenovskaya Square, on Preobrazhensky Val, it will come to the surface, and then go down again into the tunnel under Preobrazhenskaya Square and rise on Krasnobogatyrskaya Street in the Moscow City Court, then - along Oleniy Val Street towards Peace Avenue and the Cosmos Hotel ", Then to the Businovskaya interchange in the Moscow Ring Road and to the Moscow - St. Petersburg highway.
Parking garages falling into the construction zone :
1. Parking lot "Avtoluch-2" - st. Kosinskaya, ow. 9;
2. Parking No. 105 ROO MGSA - st. Kosinskaya, ow. 11a;
3. Parking No. 300 "Weast" ROO MGSA - st. Kosinskaya, ow. 9a;
4. Parking ROO MGSA - st. Kosinskaya, ow. 15.